Borussia Monchengladbach sealed a sixth successive league win by beating Hertha Berlin 4-1 to move up to fifth in the Bundesliga.
Two goals in as many minutes saw Gladbach quickly gain the upper hand in the German capital.
Oscar Wendt put the visitors in front after 26 minutes, firing in off the inside of the post, and just moments later Raffael doubled their lead when his shot deflected past Rune Jarstein after a fine dribbling run through Hertha’s defence.
Granit Xhaka added a third from the penalty spot before Alexander Baumjohann pulled one back for the hosts, also from 11 metres out.
There would, however, be time for a fourth Gladbach goal, Havard Nordtveit finding the target in stoppage time to maintain his side’s highly impressive Bundesliga form leading into their Group D clash with Juventus on Tuesday.